I really enjoyed this review - and I honestly don't know why. You have a gift for this stuff.
you are right - I was trying to simplify things.
I like this explanation fromwww.cambridgeincolour.com
"Why are there more green pixels?
Each primary color does not receive an equal fraction of the total area because the human eye is more sensitive to green light than both red and blue light. Redundancy with green pixels produces an image which appears less noisy and has finer detail than could be accomplished if each color were treated equally."
Green channel = luminance...
Its for light gathering
I really enjoyed this film - and to be honest I was prepared to be disappointed since I'm not the biggest fan of some his last few films.
OUATIH is a time piece that sucks you in and really makes you feeling like you are in late sixties LA.
A fair criticism might be how he took some liberties by mixing fact and fiction as it relates to the Manson/Tate story, but I'll give Tarantino a pass this time.
If it was his last film, he ended on a high note.
Not mentioned in the article: they moved offices to Montreal which is a cheaper place to do business (better tax incentives) and retain talent (cost of living is out of control). .
for a better read look here:https://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/moving-picture-company-closes-v...
I thought the D aging technique worked on their faces. However, full body shots where De Niro was supposed to be younger we're not as convincing as his physical mannerisms looked very much that of a 70 year old man. Overall I really enjoyed this film. The acting is brilliant. The pacing is perfect. Art direction serves the time period(s) masterfully. And definitely some of Scorsese's best work to date.